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Vegetation management - essential habitat map - version 4.18

Griffith University
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Creative Commons Attribution 3.0. The Department of Natural Resources and Mines requests attribution in the following manner: © State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) 2015. Updated data available at http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue//
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Brief description

The essential habitat map is the map certified by the chief executive as the essential habitat map for the State and showing areas of essential habitat.

Full description

Essential Habitat is vegetation in which a species that is Endangered or Vulnerable under the Nature Conservation Act (1992) has been known to occur. One of the purposes of the Vegetation Management Act 1999 is to regulate vegetation clearing in a way that prevents the loss of biodiversity. To fulfil this obligation, Vegetation Management within Department of Natural Resources and Mines (DNRM) uses the essential habitat map as a tool when assessing vegetation clearing applications to assist in determining whether the vegetation is habitat for Endangered or Vulnerable species.

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Essential habitats

Data time period: 02 12 2013 to 12 2014

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155,-9 155,-29.5 138,-29.5 138,-9 155,-9

146.5,-19.25

text: Queensland

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